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Screening for breast cancer can seem complicated, especially if something suspicious is found. ProMedica's breast cancer navigator explains the process.
A recent study is making pregnant women question if a flu vaccine is still safe. Obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Brittany Denny addresses the concerns.
The No. 1 killer in the United States is often underestimated. Learn the key risks for women and questions to ask your doctor.
An item smaller than a grain of rice is leading to more comfortable and more accurate surgeries for women with breast cancer.
As a breast cancer survivor and mother, blogger Mary Helen Darah can't help but worry about the risks her daughters face.
Breastfeeding be low maintenance and inexpensive, but there are some items that can make it easier. Our lactation consultant shares her top six must-haves.
Blogger Mary Helen Darah speaks to the challenges and timeless charm of mature homes and bodies.
Swelling can occur anytime during pregnancy, but is especially common after the halfway mark. A ProMedica OB/Gyn shares tips to keep swelling at bay.
Blogger Mary Helen Darah shares some words of wisdom to her former self and those who may still deal with their inner 8th grader from time to time.
HealthConnect correspondent Chrys Peterson shares how her closest gal-pals have helped her stay healthy and what research says about friendships and health.
Feb. 3 is the 15th anniversary of National Wear Red Day. Here's some of the great change that's happened as well as some of the work that has yet to be done.
Nausea and vomiting is common for women at the start of their pregnancies. Dr. Litt explains the possible cause and tips for reducing symptoms.